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Turbo c++ editor

Hello Everybody , I am a new user. I am currently using Turbo C++ 3.0
editor in my engg.Can you tell me or post me a ebook on turbo c++ and
NOT on c or C++.MInd it I want a book on TURBO C++ editor and not on
programming language C/C++'

Moreover can you tell me that how do i give dos based commands use a c
program.

Jan 21 '07 #1
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po*******@gmail.com wrote:
Hello Everybody , I am a new user. I am currently using Turbo C++ 3.0
editor in my engg.Can you tell me or post me a ebook on turbo c++ and
NOT on c or C++.MInd it I want a book on TURBO C++ editor and not on
programming language C/C++'
No we cannot. This group is for technical discussion of ISO C, not for
hand-holding or doing homework. Search for yourself using Google, and
respect the copyright of any material you find. Consider buying on
Amazon or Barnes & Noble instead. _Don't_ buy any books on Turbo C/C++.
It's obsolete. Your engineering college is using it only because,
they're either inept or are spendthrifts. Buy a book on the C language
itself, (I recommend "The C Programming Language" 2nd Edition by
Kernighan & Ritchie and/or "C: A Reference Manual" by Harbison &
Steele); you can learn the usage of tools from their built-in
documentation, or from lots of howtos all over the Internet.
Moreover can you tell me that how do i give dos based commands use a c
program.
I'm assuming that you want to execute external commands from within a C
program. If so, lookup the system() function in the standard C library
documentation available for free browsing at www.dinkumware.com.

Jan 21 '07 #2
<po*******@gmail.comwrote:
Moreover can you tell me that how do i give dos based commands use a c
program.
You use the system() function located in <stdlib.h>. For example:

system("dir a:");

A compiler often includes some alternatives, as extensions to the language
to this, as well. But this is the only semi-portable way. Note that this is
not truly portable because the argument itself is not portable; it has
meaning only to one series of operating systems.
Jan 21 '07 #3
In article <11**********************@a75g2000cwd.googlegroups .com>,
"po*******@gmail.com" <po*******@gmail.comwrites
>Hello Everybody , I am a new user. I am currently using Turbo C++ 3.0
editor in my engg.Can you tell me or post me a ebook on turbo c++ and
NOT on c or C++.MInd it I want a book on TURBO C++ editor and not on
programming language C/C++'

Moreover can you tell me that how do i give dos based commands use a c
program.
Go to the Borland web site and download the manuals for the Turbo-C++
editor.

THEN
search on Amazon (or google for that matter) for TURBO C++

However it is pointless for you to get the manuals for Turbo C++

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Jan 21 '07 #4

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